“I don’t know what I would’ve done without you.”
— Mrs. P. —
Busy and hectic lives oftentimes mean throw “it” in the cabinet wherever it lands. This results in hunting and gathering when “it” is needed. A small fix is the step-up shelf photographed here where we can clearly see what’s in the cabinet and grab and go when “it” is needed. That’s a time saver for the busy and hectic.
A few minutes spent on this drawer made all the difference in the world! That’s it! It took just 10 minutes to sort it and organize it. Using drawer inserts my client already had, see how much easier preparing a quick lunch will be! Easy! Simple! That’s living organized!
Tip of the Week
Have you ever seen a paper bag you didn’t like? From brown paper grocery bags to designer store bags I see piles of them in every household. Stack after stack are in garages, pantries, closets, all jammed in because someday… ??? What?
Don’t feel guilty about throwing these out. They will biodegrade and break down in our landfills. Their absence will give you lots of new room on that pantry floor or that closet shelf. A quick and easy way to start the decluttering process is to let go. O! And if you find old bottles and cans underneath the paper bag piles… those are recyclable too!